News and Perspectives
Thursday, Oct 18, 12:30-2:30, Nolte Hall room 140. Light refreshments will be served.
The Critical Disability Studies Collective Presents: Disability Justice in Activism & Organizing: Local Action to Statewide Change - A Panel Discussion.
Rick Cardenas / Longtime local disability activist and organizer currently working with the the ReConnect Rondo Project.
Mai Thor / Civic Engagement Coordinator at the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.
To the Editor:
We very much appreciate Monday’s editorial, Students should utilize University-sponsored mental health services (9/24/18). We believe student advocacy is reducing the stigma associated with mental health care. That’s a good thing.
We want to clarify some of the information because we’re concerned students might believe there are barriers to care where there are none.